Videos with Ojibwe captions

Let’s get children active! We’ve created these videos to show you how.

Adventurous play (Ojibwe captions)

Active engaged ECEs support adventurous play for infants and preschoolers.

Indoor obstacle course (Ojibwe captions)

Children work through an obstacle course based on a story they have read.

Loose parts play outdoors (Ojibwe captions)

Examples of outdoor loose parts play and the roles ECEs take during this play.

Mud kitchen (Ojibwe captions)

Dirt and water encourage imagination, social play, and problem solving.

Nature play in urban spaces (Ojibwe captions)

Play in natural places benefits everyone, especially ECEs!

Pop up playground (Ojibwe captions)

No fixed play structures; instead, loose parts, creativity, and fun.

Locomotion and agility (Ojibwe captions)

Help support self-regulation in small spaces using simple equipment.

Infant’s first movements (Ojibwe captions)

Songs, rhymes, and simple toys encourage infants’ first movements.

Object manipulation (Ojibwe captions)

Throwing, catching, rolling, striking, and kicking indoors.

Object manipulation – ball play (Ojibwe captions)

Develop ball skills indoors with infants and toddlers.

Balance and stability (Ojibwe captions)

Develop a crucial fundamental movement skill starting with infants.

Northern Indigenous games (Ojibwe captions)

Promote the health of body, mind, heart, and spirit through traditional games.

Outdoor play in winter (Ojibwe captions)

Structured and unstructured activities keep children and ECEs moving and warm.

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Ojibwe posters

Spread the word about active play! We’ve created these posters for you to print and share.

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Recevez des conseils chaque mois par courriel!

The Active Play newsletter comes each month with tips for promoting active play in your early years centre. It’s free and you can unsubscribe anytime!

Le bulletin Jeu Actif est publié chaque mois et contient des conseils pour promouvoir le jeu actif dans votre centre de la petite enfance. C’est gratuit et vous pouvez vous désabonner à tout moment!